Why we give:

As Christians from the Wesleyan tradition, we not only look to Jesus but to John Wesley, who was a dedicated servant and steward of his resources.

Giving for John Wesley was a means of expressing generosity rooted in gratitude for God’s generosity and a means of fulfilling the great commandment to love God and neighbor. Wesley was convinced that if the Methodists would give all they can, then all would have enough. Stewardship is gift-full living so that all God’s children have a place at the table of abundance.

“(Money) is an excellent gift of God, answering the noblest ends. In the hands of his children, it is food for the hungry, drink for the thirsty, raiment for the naked. It gives to the traveler and the stranger where to lay his head. By it we may supply the place of a husband to the the widow, and a father for the fatherless; we may be a defense for the oppressed, a means of health to the sick, of ease to them that are in pain. It may be as eyes to the blind, as feet to the lame; yea, a lifter up from the gates of death. “ John Wesley

By giving to Central United Methodist Church, you help make possible worship, programs for children and youth, Bible Studies, leadership development, small groups, pastoral care and support, community services, building and operational needs.

Thank you for entrusting us with your financial resources. We take our responsibility to use these gifts to the best of our ability very seriously. As God has blessed you, by giving you also bless others through the mission and ministry of our church.

Ways to give

Online: You can give by debit, credit or electronic check. By clicking the Online Giving button you can give using a debit, credit or electronic check.

In Person

Place tithes and offerings in the offering plate as it is passed.

In the Mail

Algonquin and Central United Methodist Churches

111 East Spruce Street, Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783

Through your Bank

Check your bank for bill-pay options.